ERIC Number: EJ1131582
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2017
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Writing Etheree Poems across the Curriculum
Bintz, William P.
Reading Teacher, v70 n5 p605-609 Mar-Apr 2017
Many teachers make reading and writing poetry an important part of the school day. They use different instructional strategies that invite students to write poetry in meaningful, engaging, and creative ways. This article describes an instructional strategy that invites students to write etheree poetry across the curriculum. It discusses benefits of using poetry in content area literacy and provides background on etheree poetry. Next, it describes an instructional lesson using etheree poetry and shares samples of poetry that resulted from the lesson. It ends with reflections and implications.
Descriptors: Poetry, Reading Instruction, Writing Instruction, Creative Writing, Educational Strategies, Literacy, Writing Across the Curriculum, Childrens Writing
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